Crowning cab placed on new Florida air traffic control tower

06/4/2009 | Ocala Star-Banner (Fla.)

A crane hoisted a 25-ton cab into place on top of a new seven-story air traffic control tower at Ocala International Airport in Florida this week, and the project is on track for an August completion. The $2.5 million, 91-foot-high control tower is designed to accommodate four controllers, and officials hope the project will better prepare the general aviation airport to handle increasing traffic.

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